Posted March 19, 2020

Hunter Industrial introduces Trak fan line

Hunter Industrial Fans—the industrial division of Hunter Fan Company—launched its commercial fan line known as “Trak”.

Hunter Trak fanThe Trak extends the catalog of commercial fan lines offered by the Hunter Fan Company, which currently includes the existing XP HVLS fan, the Stingray fan, the Beck fan and more. The Trak ceiling fan is designed and engineered with a commercial grade motor and extruded aluminum blades for a long lifespan and optimal airflow.

“Our commercial product offerings fill the gap between our residential and industrial fan lines,” said John Alexander, CEO of Hunter Fan Company. “The Trak fan is the latest innovation from the Hunter Fan Company, and I’m proud of our team for building a product that not only feels great but includes a modern and sleek design.”

Available in four sizes—including 60, 72, 84 and 96-inch diameter models—the Trak fan offers three versatile finishes and an LED light option to best fit the size, style and lighting needs of any space. This modern commercial ceiling fan elevates a variety of spaces and environments including restaurants, hotels, sports facilities and more.

“The Trak fan’s two lowest speed settings—which produce more than enough air to keep a consumer feeling cool—utilize less energy than a cell phone charger,” said Matt McPherson, Engineering Manager of Technology for the Hunter Fan Company.

The Trak launch follows the company’s recent release of its new network-capable controls for its HVLS fan lines. Purposefully designed for the user, each Hunter Industrial controller is a highly intuitive touchscreen that incorporates a “plug and play” design and allows for a hassle-free installation.

“This year is already proving to be an exciting one for Hunter Industrial with the Trak fan line, the acquisition of Jan Fan, new HVLS controls and the announcement of our new office space that is more than triple the size of our current location,” said Mark D’Agostino, Senior Vice President and General Manager of Hunter Industrial. “I look forward to the impact these changes will have on the business in 2020.”